Below is Perspective on Cool-off in Bond Yields by Mr. Vishal Amarnani, Head -Fixed Income, Emkay Wealth Management
“After touching a 3-year level of 7.28%, India's 10-year bond yield has cooled off to near 7% levels. The monetary policy stance by global central banks has changed, so RBI's policy stance can’t be on a different page.
The fall in the yields could also be due to RBI buying or infusion of liquidity into the system. We are still expecting the G-Secs to touch 7.35% first and if it does not sustain that level it could rise to as high as 7.60 levels.”
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